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Air Education and Training Command News

  • Faculty development initiative kicks off at 82nd TRW

    The 82nd Training Wing made a major investment in the future of that mission Nov. 18 with its first-ever faculty development day with a goal of pouring new ideas and methodologies into the almost 2,300 educators who teach and train the tens of thousands of Airmen coming through Sheppard’s classrooms

  • Luke AFB honors RNAF 10,000 flying hours

    Three Royal Norwegian Air Force F-35 Lightning II aircraft training at the 56th Fighter Wing fly in formation to commemorate the RNAF achieving 10,000 flying hours Nov. 16, 2022, at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona. The RNAF is training with the 62nd Fighter Squadron and achieved this milestone seven

  • RCAF F-18's get exercise Swift Strike off the ground

    Royal Canadian Air Force airmen from the 401 Tactical Fighter Squadron prepare CF-18 Hornet aircraft as part of exercise Swift Strike Nov. 17, 2022, at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona. The 401 TFS participated in the exercise alongside the 42 Radar Squadron and the 607th Air Control Squadron,

  • 908th embraces future, legacy of helicopter mission

    Recently, during November’s Unit Training Assembly, one MH-139A Grey Wolf from the 413th Flight Test Squadron in Duke Field, Florida, and two UH-1N Hueys from the 23rd Flying Training Squadron in Fort Rucker, Alabama, made a stop at Maxwell Air Force Base.

  • Luke Airmen host military retirees during Retiree Appreciation Day

    Airmen from various support agencies at the 56th Fighter Wing joined civilian counterparts to honor retired military members from all service branches during a Retiree Appreciation Day event at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona, Nov. 19, 2022. More than 100 retirees and their spouses attended the event,

  • AETC’s Best in Safety for 2022

    Air Education and Training command has announced its winners of the Fiscal Year 2022 Safety Awards. According to Col. Will Phillips, AETC director of safety, these individual and organizational honors recognize the outstanding performance of the entire safety community.

  • Better together: AAFB, City of Altus win partnership award

    On Sept. 20, 2022 the Altus Community Partnership Program was recognized by the Air Force Association Air, Space and Cyber Conference in Arlington, Virginia for their exemplary actions in building strong ties between the City of Altus and Altus Air Force Base.

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